Komaki debuts in Nepal with two electric scooters–the Venice and the SE

Komaki Electric Vehicles, the Delhi-based EV maker, has debuted in Nepal with the launch of two electric scooter models: the Venice and the SE. Unity Trading Concern Pvt. Ltd has taken the role of distributing the Komaki Electric vehicles in the country.


The Venice, a retro-styled scooter, comes with a circular LED headlight, LED indicators, and LED tail light. It also gets a windshield, circular side mirrors, split seats, factory-fitted full-body aluminium guard, and an additional storage box behind the pillion seat. 

Unlike the Venice, the SE looks like a contemporary electric scooter. This e-scooter gets an aerodynamic design and comes with the same set of LED lights as the Venice; it further gets LED DRLs as well. 


Komaki claims its scooters are as powerful as 125cc ICE scooters. The Venice is powered by a 72V 40AH lithium battery that is paired with a 3 kWh BLDC motor. The scooter provides a range between 90 to 20 km on a full charge.

The SE–powered by a 74V 40AH lithium battery, paired with the 3 kW BLDC motor–provides a range between 100 and 140 km on a single charge. 

The e-scooter takes 4-5 hours to charge fully. It can speed up to 85 kmph.


Both scooters get a hydraulic telescopic suspension at the front and rear. As for braking, both vehicles get dual disc brakes, with a Combined Braking System (CBS) also being available for the Venice.

Komaki modelsVeniceSE
Motor 3 kWh BLDC 3 kWh BLDC 
Power (W)52005200
Battery 72V 40AH74V 40AH
Battery typeLithium-ionLithium-ion
Top speed (kmph)8585
Range (km)120140
Charging time 4-5 hours4-5 hours
Braking typeDual disc with (CBS)Dual disc


Both scooters come with a plethora of features such as a digital speedometer with a colour LED, self-diagnosis switch, cruise control, reverse gear, remote start/stop, USB mobile charger, regenerative braking, alloy wheels, anti-theft system, and multimedia buttons with bluetooth connectivity and in-built speaker.

In addition, the Venice comes with a repair switch, side-stand sensor, and passenger floor board.

Komaki e-scooter price in Nepal

The SE is offered in four colour options: Deep Blue, metallic gold, jet black, and garnet red, at a price of Rs 2.95 lakh. The Venice is priced at Rs 3.10 lakh and comes in nine different colours: Bright orange, pure white, metallic blue, iconic yellow, garnet red, sacramento green, pure gold, steel grey, and jet black.

Komaki modelsPrice in Nepal
Komaki SERs 2.95 lakh
Komaki VeniceRs 3.10 lakh

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